Sheridan

U.S. Senator John Barrasso has joined 13 other lawmakers from the western states to call on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission urging support of the Jordan Cove liquified natural gas export project.

UPDATE: A trial date was set today for June 10 in district court in Sheridan for two men arraigned for felony drug charges in two separate cases.

County Commission Chairman T.B. Brundage went to Arvada yesterday to inspect the work being done on abutments and pier for a bridge across the Powder River.

As the Wyoming Legislative Session convenes today at the capitol in Cheyenne, one of the bills House Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be discussing deals with flaring.

A Sheridan man who's pleaded guilty to stealing $1 million from a local company could face 70 years in prison if given the maximum sentence on all counts.

The preliminary hearing for the Sheridan man charged with burglarizing the Hospital Pharmacy in Sheridan last year has been set for next week.

A car was destroyed in a fire on Sunday afternoon, bringing the count to three vehicles that have caught fire in the past two weeks.

Members of the Congressional Western Caucus group announced last week that Republican Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming would chair the caucus for the 114th Congress.

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